I wanted to provide a more clear cut page on process to supplement what already exists in the book. Hopefully, I'll gather this all up soon as a revised pdf chapter. However, for the time being I hope it will prove to be useful in addition to the revised anatomy diagrams for the arm below.
Friday, May 28, 2010
Friday, May 21, 2010
Here are a couple examples for extra reference on development of the leg. The above image shows examples of the lay-in or gesture stage. Here I am looking for weight, through the tilt of the pelvis, and weight bearing leg (shown with straighter lines), while also indicating perspective with some volumes and wrapping lines.
This next drawing shows a second level to the legs development. On top of the initial stage, these drawings use cylinders to describe basic volume and perspective placement, and then have simple anatomical volumes wrapped around those forms.
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Having put out the book, there is alot I wish I could have included, but either didn't have space or time to do so. I hope to post up new pages such as this periodically to help fill in any areas that may seem vague or not as reader friendly as I would have wanted. Hopefully it will be helpful.